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  • DUI patrols and checkpoints will be happening this weekend in North Hollywood, however the LAPD have opted not to release location specifics this time. Bottom line: Don't drive drunk.
  • Is the Mayor's "expansive" interpretation of accepting freebies like Lakers tickets an acceptable way to do his job to promote Los Angeles?
  • Univision, the country's largest Spanish-language network, has apologized for airing a skit on their show "Despierta America," that included offensive African stereotypes.
  • A Riverside teen was able to evade would-be kidnappers on her way to school on Friday, and now authorities are looking for the two suspects who got away.
  • The LA City Council yesterday approved a $19.3-million loan to help jumpstart the stalled Midtown Crossing mall project.
  • Thousands of people flocked to Arizona to take part in a protest today against the state's controversial SB 1070 immigration law.
  • Former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda gave the commencement speech at Cypress College.